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Impact and Sustainability Award
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Impact and Sustainability Award

At the award presentation ceremony are, from left, Renie Carniol, director of the Grotta Fund; Chuck Berkowitz, chair of Adler Aphasia Center’s board of directors; Chantelle Walker, the center’s president and CEO; and Joshua Greenfield, a member of the Grotta Fund Council.
At the award presentation ceremony are, from left, Renie Carniol, director of the Grotta Fund; Chuck Berkowitz, chair of Adler Aphasia Center’s board of directors; Chantelle Walker, the center’s president and CEO; and Joshua Greenfield, a member of the Grotta Fund Council.

THE GROTTA FUND for Senior Care of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ recently gave its first Impact and Sustainability Award along with a $15,000 grant to the nonprofit Adler Aphasia Center of West Orange and Maywood. The award is given in recognition of excellence and impact as a past grantee that has successfully implemented a program that continues to help older adults age in place, in this case, providing stroke and brain injury survivors with aphasia — a disorder that impairs language communication — with post-rehabilitative programming and services.

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